A day out at the waterhole – Eaglehawk waterhole planting day
A Nature Glenelg Trust 10th anniversary event
Come and join us at Eaglehawk Waterhole, NGT’s 884ha restoration reserve near Frances, SA. Eaglehawk waterhole was NGT’s very first reserve, purchased in late 2013, and is home to rare woodlands and critically endangered seasonal herbaceous wetlands.
We’ve seen amazing changes at the property over the past 9 years with wetlands springing back to life and full of wildflowers, a cacophony of frogs and Red-tailed black cockatoos calling overhead as they come in for a drink at the old tank.
But there’s still plenty of work to do, so this year we are holding a planting day to continue the restoration of our important woodlands and ‘wet flat country’, and you are invited to roll up your sleeves and join us.
We’ll be planting in the morning and in the afternoon you’ll get the chance to learn more about the site and have a look around with our team of ecologists.
Where: Eaglehawk Waterhole
When: Saturday 18th June 2022
Time: 9:30am – 3:30 pm
Light lunch provided, all ages welcome (family friendly event)
Please bring gloves, sturdy shoes, a camp chair and come prepared for any type of weather.
More details, including detailed directions, will be sent directly to registered participants. There are also limited opportunities to camp overnight the night before (Friday 17th), please let us know when you register if you’d like to know more about this option.
Please register for the event on Eventbrite by clicking on the button below
Keep an eye on our newsletter, or this page, for updates on more of our 10th anniversary events happening across Victoria and SA please visit our website.
This event is part of a larger project funded by the South Australian Government, through the Revitalising Private Conservation in South Australia pilot project. This is also an official National Tree day event, supported by Planet Ark.